|The Misleading Mind - Karuna Cayton|
Join us for the continuing workshop with the author of “The Misleading Mind”.
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Karuna Cayton; Misleading Mind
|The Misleading Mind - Karuna Cayton, LMFT|
Psychotherapist and author Karuna Cayton will talk about his book. He introduces a process for working with, rather than against, depression, anxiety, and stress by recognizing the habitual ways our minds perceive, react, and ultimately mislead us. He also presents practical exercises for stepping onto the path of a radically liberating self-understanding. While the essence of the wisdom he presents is central to Buddhism, he covers it in a way that is accessible to all.
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Lamrim; Problems; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Wisdom; Karuna Cayton
|Bhante Anandajoti: Short Dhamma Talks - Anandajoti Bhikkhu|
Some short talks that were given at the Saturday dāna in the Vivekavana office in Berapit. They were given in English and translated into Mandarin, but the latter has been edited out. The quality of the recording is fairly poor, but the content is quite useful, so I decided to publish them here.
Keywords: Metta; Karuna; Mudita; Upekkha; Buddhism; Dhamma; Dharma; Four Noble Truths; Meditation
|AfflictiveEmotions_20080201 - Various Speakers|
"We can never obtain peace in the world if we neglect the inner world and don't make peace with ourselves. World peace must develop out of inner peace." The Dalai Lama The Buddha observed that the cause of our pain and suffering is actually the disturbing emotions we all experience. Using proper techniques we can free ourselves from emotions like depression, anger and resentment and become happy. This series of talks looks at basic Buddhist psychology - how the mind works and how to work with it...
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; emotions; tse chen ling; karuna cayton; Jon landaw; lhundrup nyingje; jangchup phelgyal; richard printz; ven. robina courtin